Woodbury MN homes see asking prices fall over past year

When we take a look at the attached data, we are able to see that the prices of St. Paul Mn properties for sale have done practically nothing but drop over the last year. Although I certainly don’t market real estate in each and every neighborhood included within the chart previously mentioned, I do promote properties in quite a number of, including Woodbury, Wedgewood and Stonemill Farms.

St Paul MN home prices

These three communities are generally populated by homes which are much more costly compared to the normal house included inside the graph, which is why I aslo included data for more expensive real estate. In either circumstance, the mean asking price for all of the homes presently on the market, in addition to only probably the most pricey 25% of accessible homes, costs have dropped off.

For the most pricey real estate, prices have fallen from about $525,000 a year ago at this time to our latest statistic of $400,000. Values for the whole band of active houses hasn’t worked out much far better going down from $225,000 to a touch beneath $200,000 over the course of the past calendar year.

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About kimziton

Kim's a real estate consultant for Keller Williams Premier Realty in Woodbury MN, as well as a member of the Luxury Homes division and The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing. Her primary website is www.KimZiton.com where you can find all sorts of information on Woodbury, Wedgewood, Stonemill Farms, Dancing Waters and Elmo Lake.
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